Simply scan a clear image (signed, if necessary in your state) of your professional stamp. Input your name as it appears on the stamp as well as the date of expiration and applicable state. Repeat for each state you are licensed in, and you are done.
To digitally sign documents without a seal, type your name out as you would like it to appear when signing documents electronically. You can do this for different script fonts of your liking.
Input your submittal review stamp (i.e. shop drawings), with pre-filled review status (i.e. no exceptions taken), manually type in the designated review status, and repeat for each relevant status of your choosing.
Using state-of-the-art blockchain technology and private key/public key encryption, SealPact provides a means for design professionals to place an immutable digital signature on artifacts that cannot be tampered with by others without invalidating the digital signature. SealPact, is also developing exciting additional protocols, including the use of QR Codes as digital fingerprints for each applied seal, in order to protect the security of a document through various life cycles-within the SealPact software itself, through use of local digital copies (after downloading), and through use of hard copies (after printing).
As a licensed professional, applying your seal to a document is one of the most important and impactful acts of a project; yet, it is often treated and enforced inconsistently throughout the world. SealPact's unique QR Codes, which are applied to each seal/signature application, also provide transparency for each document in ways not seen yet in the engineering/construction industry. SealPact gives the design professional the opportunity to provide several pieces of key data and attach it to the digital seal/signature. Many of these features are optional, and not necessarily needed on every project. However, we find that many employers in the architectural and engineering industries appreciate these features of added transparency as a means to keep track of various forms of liability that their firms take on with each task, large or small.